‘Court’ in Crimea Dismissed Claim of Crimean Activist Lutfiye Zudiyeva Against ‘Prosecutor’s Office’

The ‘Dzhankoy District Court’ dismissed Lutfiye Zudiyeva’s claims against the Dzhankoy and Republican ‘prosecutor’s offices’ on recognizing a prosecutor’s warning addressed to her unlawful. The decision was made by ‘judge’ Yelena Logvinenko. Court officers did not allow the audience to enter the courthouse, saying that only participants in the proceedings were allowed into. Police officers were patrolling at the entrance to the courthouse. After the session, Ms Zudiyeva herself stated that she would appeal the decision of the court in the appellate instance.

We would remind that on May 1, 2020, Lutfiye Zudiyeva was issued two “warning notices”. One – by the “police”, the second – by the “prosecutor’s office”. As the activist said, none of the two documents indicates clearly which actions of the activist are considered illegal or antisocial by law enforcement agencies. The claim on declaring the MIA warning notice unlawful was dismissed on 16 July. Two days earlier the ‘Dzhankoy District Court’ had postponed considering the claim against the prosecutor’s office’ and demanded the ‘Prosecutor’s Office of Republic of Crimea’ to join as co-defendant.

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